F1 » Hamilton to decide future over summer

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton admits it would be 'nice' to get a new contract sorted over the summer break

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Sean - Unregistered

July 17, 2012 1:59 PM

@elijah ... My god almighty, are you serious? ... I cant even begin to fathom how you reckon Hamilton should move to Williams ... You obviously joined F1 in 2007 along with Lewis. Maybe you should check out the career limiting affect almost EVERY single driver has suffered with Frank. and to say he would be "welcomed with open arms" ... Bhahahahah ... you clearly know NOTHING at all about F1, Frank Williams of the ego of Lewis Hamilton... Those that agreed with you know even less. Jay-sus, I've never been so embarrassed for someone ... I could write a very long and detailed post, but you should learn from your mistakes, so I'll leave itup to you to go find the info!... BHAHAHAHAHAH!!! That's made my day!.


July 17, 2012 2:27 PM

me. frank would if he could! remember the ad a few years ago? the ad which showed two driverless williams cars going around the track, with two "drivers" using remote controls from the grandstands?

fish fingers - Unregistered

July 17, 2012 10:57 PM

He's a great driver but Lewis still isn't a team leader. Alonso is the master, I dont ever hear him saying how he always drives his heart out and thanks to the team for doing a great job / I don't know what happened with the team today etc. Alonso always says "We", not "I".. Lewis sounds so detached from his team sometimes

page22 - Unregistered

July 18, 2012 12:26 AM

re: Lewis Hamilton.
All that has been said here is nothing more than speculation of course. Unless Lewis or his manager has spoken to you directly...speculation it is.
One thing for sure: Lewis's stock price has not gone up over the last couple of years. I mean it is common sense to a degree that if the car isn't consistently on the front of the grid or winning races then a drivers stock price usually tumbles. McLaren need a driver like Lewis, they'll pay him well.They know he is easily one of the better drivers, on any given Sunday he will fight to the death if the car is working to his ability. So as a speculator, I think he is better off staying put, he has money so if he is a smart man he will take the car over the cash because McLaren will come good, they are used to being at the pointy end of the race...my opinion only

pukka - Unregistered

July 18, 2012 1:52 AM

Ferrari or MCL... tough choice but at least he knows since Webber made it easy. RBR was always going to be the third choice. Any chance to drive for either of these storied companies will outweigh RBR even though they have a winning combination. The history of these two outweighs the RBR pace right now. Even that isn't as dominating as it once was.

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